Loveville is an “extra” town in Kitchen Scramble. The theme of this town is Valentine’s Day. This is a town you can skip if you aren’t interested in it. Or, you could play through it and possibly earn some prizes.
Chef Crisp: Play Loveville for a limited time only! Earn special rewards, such as star tokens, power ups or boosts, and premium ingredients, by passing through each Golden Heart Gate. If you pass the final gate, you’ll earn existing powerups and boosters!
Chef Crisp: Time is running out……..Once Loveville expires, you can no longer earn the rewards.
For some reason, the people who made Kitchen Scramble sometimes end up with strange typos in the text that the characters say. I’ve no idea why they needed so many extra periods at the end of the first sentence and before the second sentence.
Chef Crisp: Loveville requires Sugar Candies, not Supplies, to play each level.
The majority of the towns in Kitchen Scramble require Supplies (which look like a bag of groceries). You can’t use Supplies in any of the extra towns. Instead, you have to use whatever a specific town’s version of Supplies happens to be.
Chef Crisp: Friends can give you Sugar Candies as a gift, or you can purchase Sugar Candies from the store. Your Sugar Candies supply will also replenish itself, but not as quickly as your Supplies do.
If you click on the top of the map in Loveville, where the Sugar Candies are located, the game gives you a pop-up. It asks you to spend your Kitchen Cash to refill the Sugar Candies. Or, you can watch a video and perhaps get some Sugar Candies that way. I don’t really know, because I’ve never tried doing that.
The Kitchen Cash is valuable because it can be used to level up your appliances. Watching a video means you have to allow Kitchen Scramble to show you an ad. The friends Chef Crisp mentioned appear to be people on Facebook. I don’t use Facebook, so I’m not sure if that pop-up will work anymore.
Chef Crisp: Once Loveville expires, your Sugar Candies will be gone, so try to use it all up!
In other words, you cannot collected up a bunch of Sugar Candies and store them for next year.
Loveville starts out with the first level unlocked. To access the rest of the levels, the player must earn at least one star in each. The goal is to get (at least) ten stars so you can unlock a gate and receive prizes.
Goddess of Love: Welcome back Pepper! It is the season of love again and people are waiting for your special valentine dishes.
Goddess of Love also appears in Phylodophia, a town with recipes that appear to be based on Greek cuisine. The storyline for that town involves the Goddess of Love trying to choose a caterer for a wedding.
Pepper: Happy to be here my lady, and don’t worry the people in Loveville have a lovely feast filled with love and care.
Goddess of Love: I’m counting on you Pepper and I know you will not let me down.
Pepper: Better start cooking before people get too hungry.
New recipes for Level 1 are:
Red Velvet Surprise
Special Poached Egg
Special Strawberry Milk Shake
Special Strawberry Tea
I got two stars on Loveville Level 1!
The rewards included 50 gold and two Tokens (that are only usable in Loveville). The Tokens have an octagon shape with a red heart in the center. A player needs to collect ten of them to unlock the first Token Gate.
New recipes for Level 2 are:
Strawberries and Cream Pancakes
I got three stars on Level 2!
I got three stars on Level 3!
New recipes for Level 4 are:
Special Egg Benedict
I got two stars on Level 4!
New recipes for Level 5 are:
Valentine Night Strawberry
Chocolate Saucepan Brownies
Heart Shaped Cinnamon Rolls
I got two stars on Level 5!
I was now halfway through Loveville. There is a Token Gate that blocks my path to the second half.
The first Golden Heart Gate requires the player to have at least 10 Tokens. I had 12, so I was able to pass through this gate. The extra two Tokens would give me a good start towards opening the second gate.
The rewards for passing through the first Golden Heart Gate are: 5 golden spatulas, 5 hams, and 5 bags of sugar.
I got one star on Level 6.
I got one star on Level 7.
I got one star on Level 8.
I got one star on Level 9.
I got one star on Level 10. It wasn’t easy. This level required players to serve at least 5 Valentine Night Strawberry desserts to customers. I had to re-do this level a few times before the game gave me enough players who requested it.
The last thing I needed to do was go through the second Golden Heart Gate. I started the second half of Loveville with an extra two Tokens, and I earned a total of five Tokens. It wasn’t enough. After several more attempts to earn the Tokens, and failing to do so, I gave up trying. I spent 5 Kitchen Cash to get 10 Tokens.
The rewards for going through the second Token Gate were: 5 Heart Blasts, 5 Instant Dishes, and 5 fire extinguishers that prevent food from burning.
Goddess of Love: That was a wonderful feast Pepper! You never fail to impress.
Pepper: Thank you! I guess it’s time to head back out.
Goddess of Love: I suppose so, but remember you don’t need a special reason to love the people you care about. Keep spreading the love in your travels Pepper.
This is what Loveville looked like after I decided I was done with it. Maybe by next year, I’ll have the rest of my appliances leveled up to the gold versions of them. That should make things easier.
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Thanks to your detailed article about the extra levels, I know I won’t bother with them. I’d keep trying if the final reward was some Cash, but in regular lvls I don’t even use extinguishers. so I’m out of here. You definitely need all golden appliances, and maybe not even then!